Caring For Caregivers

Caring For Caregivers

According to the National Alliance for Caregiving, approximately 43.5 million caregivers have provided unpaid care to an adult or child in the last 12 months.

Of family caregivers who provide complex chronic care:
46% perform medical and nursing tasks; More than 96% provide help with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as personal hygiene, dressing and undressing, bathing, getting in and out of bed. For more statistics visit here.

Proper bathroom safety equipment promotes safety and relieves stress, strain and aches for the caregiver. Whether you're in need of care or providing care for another, we are here to help.

If you have questions about which sliding transfer bench, swiveling shower chair or commode would be right for you, where to start, or possible remedies for existing benches - check out our FAQ section. It contains lots of helpful videos and tips. Such as:

"Do your sliding transfer benches face in one direction only? What is our warranty? Where can you buy our products? How do you clean transfer benches? How do you lengthen the bench or raise it higher?"

To see the whole list of questions - go here:

And if you are a caregiver, remember that you need to be cared for too. Proper self-care is important for mental, emotional and physical well-being. It will make all the difference for you and the one you care for, in the long run. For more caregiver education visit this site for helpful resources:


Caring For Your Sliding Transfer Bench

Caring For Your Sliding Transfer Bench

Caring For Your Eagle Health Supplies Benches and Chairs

While Eagle Health products are made to endure daily use and the test of time, there are a number of ways to care for your bench to ensure that you have an optimal experience every time. To keep you informed and feeling your best, here are some care tips from our very own Eagle Health Supplies professionals.

General Cleaning & Upkeep

We highly recommend wiping down your chair or bench after each use to keep away any soap scum, mineral deposits or watermarks. It’s simple and quick, and all you need is a soft cloth, warm water, and mild soap. You may also use a soft cloth and any non-bleach cleaner. (Bleach will discolor your seat.) Make sure you get your legs, sliding rails, and seat when wiping down, and please do not use bleach to clean your bench.